“Supporting the English-speaking community in West Quebec”


The Regional Association of West Quebecers is always ready to consider innovative projects that enhance the English-speaking community in the Outaouais. While some of the concerns in West Quebec are felt acutely by the English-speaking population, other issues may touch everyone in the community. In the latter case, it seems appropriate to work together to find solutions.

RAWQ addresses social concerns to the English-speaking community by initiating projects that improve the quality of life, particularly in the area of health and social services, Youth, Education, Culture, etc.

A series of programs at the storied British Pub a landmark institution in Aylmer. Tune in as Linton and Stephany introduce us to local musical and highlight the cultural history of English-speaking community.


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City Life examines, searches, popularizes and puts in perspective issues which determine daily life in the Outaouais region.

Linton Garner, Executive Director of RAWQ, follows many important topics such as: government, education, religion, economy, immigration, society, culture, etc. of the English Speaking Community.

It airs Mondays at 8:30 p.m. on Videotron channel 9 MAtv. If you are not a videotron subscriber, it can seen online.